A worthy contribution to bullying prevention, with rich and concrete suggestions for creating an intervention-oriented curriculum for students.
"With bullying in our schools intensifying and becoming a dangerous detriment to both the learning process and to the self-esteem of our students, this author provides sound strategies and realistic conversations that must become integral to the reduction and prevention of bullying in the schools."
"In an easy-to-read format, the author expresses what I have long sensed but had not yet encapsulated in my mind or articulated to myself. As I read I found myself thinking, 'So true…So true.' The author knows exactly what it is like to work within the school setting: It shows in the author’s sense of humor and practical approach. With his review and analysis of research in Social Psychology as a foundation, the author reframes the perception of bullying in our schools. It makes great sense."
"While the book focuses on bullying prevention, the reframing process will change much more! Following the author’s ideas has the potential to dramatically and positively reframe a school culture to match the needs of the 21st century learners and educators."
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